Students at Concordia are likely to look forward to an informative experience at this year’s Faith, Reason, and World Affairs Symposium. The event’s headline is titled “Speech: Freedom vs. Responsibility?” and will be presented between Sept. 17-19th, where students will have multiple opportunities to engage in dialogues concerning the state
The 2019-2020 school year signifies a major milestone for the women of Lambda Delta Sigma. In 1919, Lambda Delta Sigma became the newest Greek philanthropic society at Concordia College. One of many Greek societies on Concordia’s campus at the time, Lambda Delta Sigma is now the only philanthropic society left
On Thursday, Sept. 5th, the fourth annual Bridge Bash took place on the Veteran’s Memorial Bridge between Fargo and Moorhead. The street was filled with college students, friends, and family who came together to enjoy the local food trucks, live music, free games, and photo booth provided by Jefferson Lines.
“An amazing experience, across the board.” This was how senior Danny Houseman described his internship at the Fargo Film Festival, an annual event that showcases work from all over the world. From March 19 to March 23, the festival presented over 100 movies at the historic Fargo Theatre, bringing together
While hiking through the woods, Concordia adjunct instructor Dwight Mickelson came across a tree that struck him as odd. The tree was peculiar, possessing a narrow body with thin umbrella-shaped branches—almost characteristic of the structure of a human nervous system. Although many others would have simply walked past the tree,
Freedom of religion. Freedom of speech. Freedom of the press. Freedom of peaceful assembly. Freedom of petition. These five freedoms are outlined in the first amendment to the United States Constitution, followed by nine other amendments. They are known as the Bill of Rights. While many current political conversations are
Quiet, calm and sophisticated, the Rourke Art Museum exists as a tiny backdrop to the Plains Art Museum in Fargo. Despite that, it’s no less interesting. Hidden in this museum exist tiny gems, waiting to be mined: a mixture of African art, postmodernism and Americana. The Rourke Art Museum, located
Many people have probably heard the statistic that more than 800,000 federal employees were without work or pay for the last 35 days. But the effects of the shutdown rippled to a group often not mentioned in these statistics — federal interns with those services deemed non-essential. Interns like me,